Teenage drama – the angst over friends, grades, sports – is not about you, parents. It's OK to sympathize when your teen has a bad day, but ultimately they need parents who stay calm but concerned.
Graduation may give parents of college graduates buyer's remorse: Pew studies shows 94 percent of parents expect their kids to go to college, but 57 percent question whether tuition was worth it.
That's the message of our happiness expert, who writes that something as simple as keeping a tidy bed can make your whole family happier.
Gaillardia, or blanket flower, is an easy-to-grow perennial for hot, sunny spots. Here's a new cultivar, Commotion Moxie, that has much to offer flower gardeners.
A simple tart rich with comfort.
Jeremiah Wright – and the racial controversy he and his foes tend to kick up – is back in the news in the same week the Census bureau reports white births in the US are no longer a majority. Studies show we don't like to talk race with our kids, but it's about time we do.
Proms are making progress. Parents and children work together (gasp) to try to ensure a happy and safe prom celebration.
'Thor 2' actor Chris Hemsworth discusses where his Norse superhero will be going from 'The Avengers.'
If you like lemon and have fresh lemons to use, make this cake.
Aishwarya Rai: A Bollywood superstar and new mother, Aishawarya Rai's baby weight has sparked an international discussion of body image and weight loss following pregnancy. Are the West’s body image ideals spreading?
GPS app usage rising among teenagers with smartphones, as more and more teens use location services like Foursquare and Facebook to connect and meet up with friends.